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Unformatted text preview: 10-2-2007 Vocabulary: HometownD , : i Restroom ; d\ Caf Bankb , : i Library Post office oel Home; houseb : i Home; house; my ,placeb : i Language lab0 LL 0 Schoolb , : i Movieb , : i Movie Theater Musicb , : i Magazineb , : i Sportsb : i Date (romantic, not calendar)0 Tennis0 TV0 Video0 Breakfastd\ d. u (OE = \, Lunch~ (, OEd\ : p ; i Dinner~ (, OEd\ : p ; i Sake; alcoholb , : i Green teab , :i English dtea~ , \ ; : p i Coffeeb : i Waterb : i =0 =0 Where:o B: A \ ; + A:~\ : p (,;+ OE i A:* d\ =u d\ (OE . A:E k @ - C @j : here (close to the speaker) or the place we are sharing (A and B are both standing on the same place.) A: \ ; d d.,u B:d\ = (OE \ , :h A: , dB:; i ~ \ : ^ 0 ~:This person ~h * : You may introduce A and B to know each other by saying: (You tell A about B) 0 ,d \ ; : ~i ^ : B h (you tell B about A) 0 ,d\ ; ~: i : A h After this, A and B can start to introduce each other by starting at A: d\ E j @ B: d\ E j @ A: \ ; d d=u .(OE \ , \B: 0 then A and B can start asking some info about each other, such as the major, the hometown....0 A: B\ ; d B:\ ; d A\ ; d A:\ ; d 0 B\ ; d d= , d\(OE \ u . B: 0 A\ ; d A: E k - @ C j @ ...
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